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Confirmed - CLAT 2015 score re-adjustments are happening: Share whether yours went up or down to get some transparency

According to several reports, students who log in to download their Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) results are getting different results to before by up to a few points.

It is understood that no official announcement has been made on the official CLAT website.


Update: CLAT 2015 convenor RMLNLU Lucknow joint registrar Dr JD Gangwar confirmed that they will be releasing the full revised results of the exam on the website shortly. Legally India is in touch with Gangwar for further details on wrong answers and rank readjustments. A post on CLAT mentor Rajneesh Singh’s Facebook page states that a large number of students appear to have seen increases of 2.5 marks, while others saw their points decrease by 0.5 points.

It appears that the CLAT committee has only accepted that there were errors in two or perhaps three questions, despite a large number of questions appearing to be obviously false in the answer key or unanswerable with two or more possible correct answers.

Log in on the CLAT website here ( http://clat.ac.in/?page_id=561 ) to check your result, then please let us know via the form below whether your score has changed and by how much, to bring some transparency into the process.

Survey now closed, full results published at this link (and some in below image).

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